Arguments about the decolonisation of higher education courses have reached a new low, with the suggestion that science is racist
A look at History’s football and netball teams
Stephen Miller looks at why challenging the tonal status quo is just what we need
Third-years taught second-years using their previous year’s notes
World renowned historian, Michael Wood, has made over a hundred documentaries and will teach at The University of Manchester from September
Why would the powers-that-be (no, not the Illuminati) sanction Benedict’s retirement when poor John Paul had to stick-it-out?
Andrew Williams profiles six of the University of Manchester’s most influential and prestigious scholars, past and present.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry tells the story of graphene and its seemingly unstoppable potential
Victoria Brignell is a producer of BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time. We talked about the programme’s role in academia, access to a career in the media, and the future of Radio 4
What does your degree say about you? Kitty Treverton Jones explores the stereotypes from a selection of university courses